Sunset Magazine's March issue includes a sweet shout out to oft-ignored Potrero Hill. The article features Bistro 350 in the California Culinary Academy's newish outpost, the Anchor Steam brewery, a flower shop and restaurants. We like how Sunset pondered why Potrero Hill is still so... well, desolate. Their answer: "Maybe it’s the Hill’s apparent remoteness from the rest of San Francisco that keeps it uncrowded and low-key." Yeah, that and the large tracts of industrial land and the crime and stuff.
· Why Foodies Flock to Potrero Hill [Sunset Magazine via PotreroHillSF]
[Photo of Potrero Hill's De Haro Street on Volkswagon website via Matt Jalbert]